Cambridge, UK - 10 September 2012: AVEVA (LSE: AVV) and Infosys, a global leader in consulting and technology, have signed a partnership agreement to jointly deliver engineering information management solutions to support the operation and maintenance of process plant and power facilities. This will enable energy, power and chemical companies to have a unified team to deploy, manage and monitor critical high-value assets, resulting in improved return on capital investments. Through this partnership, Infosys will provide global scale and reach to advance the delivery of AVEVA’s suite of information management solutions to clients across the world.
Under the terms of this agreement AVEVA will provide its AVEVA Enterprise software and service portfolio, including AVEVA NET, to deliver unique information management capabilities based on its Digital Information Hub concept. This is a portal through which users can access information to enable accurate, up to date decision making throughout an asset’s entire lifecycle.
Infosys will use its extensive sector expertise to provide management consultancy, as well as programme management, systems integration and technology services, to help companies take full advantage of information management solutions based on AVEVA’s enterprise software.
“This agreement with Infosys is very significant and will help us to meet the growing demand for our AVEVA Enterprise Solutions”, commented Derek Middlemas, Chief Operating Officer and Head of Enterprise Solutions, AVEVA. “Infosys and AVEVA have highly complementary skills in the delivery of integrated information management solutions. The combination will enable us to offer market-leading enterprise solutions and services for integrated asset and resource management.”
Frederic Ramioulle, Vice President of Global Engineering Services at Infosys added, “Customers are focused on getting the maximum return from the substantial outlay they make in plant and machinery. This partnership allows us to provide a comprehensive portfolio of solutions, including engineering, plant information management and industrial control services, to companies making investments in major capital assets.”